Steve Yanni first felt the inexorable pull of photography more than 20 years ago, when he picked up a camera and started snapping photos as a hobby. Since then, Steve has ceded to his artistic calling, dedicating his career to capturing special events, family portraits, and sensual boudoir shots, as well as imparting his knowledge upon fledgling shutterbugs during instructive workshops. The bridal specialist enlists a team of talented photogs to help him at events, ensuring that no special moment goes undocumented, from the cutting of the cake to the swallowing of the ceremonial flaming sword.
Although it was the burst of light from a Polaroid flash bar that initially drew Aubrey James to the photo world, the photographer prefers to work with her subjects in natural light. During shoots, she follows couples, children, and families through the park or along the beach, capturing a sense of fun and relaxation that simply cannot be replicated in the studio. After sessions, Aubrey retouches images and provides clients with the option to purchase prints or digital images that can be shared with grandparents who live in the Internet now.
Epik Photography helps clients capture memories with high-resolution snaps taken either in-studio or on-location around Orlando. Each session involves direction and suggestions from the professional photographer, and at the end, subjects can receive both printed and digital images.
A bride and groom recline on a dock, the white of her gown complementing the pale horizon, which slowly fades into blue. A ballerina stands en pointe in a window, the sun illuminating the delicate tulle of her tutu. A couple sits cross-legged in a library, the leaning books on the shelves mirroring their backs as they lean in to kiss. A newborn sleeps in a nest of textiles, the lace and linen standing out against the baby's smooth skin.
TOV Studio Photography's skilled photographers, each of whom has more than a decade's worth of photo shoots under their belt, understand how to use the everyday world around them—from the sky to the sidewalk—to create images that feel as unique as their subjects. Outdoor shoots use architecture and elements of nature to frame newlyweds, families, and graduating seniors, using the natural light to emphasize the happy glow in a couple's eyes or the pristine white of a bride's not-yet-grass-stained gown. It's not all indoors, though—in the comfortable confines of the studio, photographers create custom backgrounds that bestow a similar, tree-free kind of individuality.
A professionally shot portrait is a superb way to quell confusion when future bouts of amnesia result in terrifying run-ins with a persistent stalker who keeps turning up in the world's reflective surfaces. Redeem your Groupon for a standard session ($50 value) at the Park Lake studio, or summon one of photoStyles' friendly professional photographers to the location of your choice within a 25-mile radius of downtown Orlando ($75 value). Whether you're keen on luring that debonair antique dealer into your den with a well-placed individual glamour shot or preserving a portrait of your family for posterity, the one-hour session promises to provide you with professional-quality photos for your framing or party-flyer-producing pleasure.
Armed with high-quality photo paper and photo-finishing equipment, Harmon Photo's staff transforms digital photos into tangible keepsakes. Memory-card images enter the real world in forms including standard 4"x6" prints, massive 40"x60" canvases, and plush pillows. Conversely, non-digital items—such as photos, drawings, and degrees—hop into a flatbed scanner to enter cyberspace, where they can be resized, restored, and emailed. Upon request, technicians enhance photos by adjusting color and brightness and cropping out cousins who turned out to just be escaped orangutans.